Providing care for a loved one is a rewarding experience, but it can be difficult. Caring for a sick or disabled family member, or loved one, can take away valuable time and personal income from caregivers. In fact, being a caregiver may impact your own work and personal savings due to the high demands. And no one wants to become a burden on a loved one or family. About 29% of the US population, or around 65 million people are considered family caregivers. If you are one of them, you may wonder "is there a way I can be paid to care for my disabled friend or family member?". GOOD NEWS. Good Family Support Services can provide you with the highest standards in training to become a caregiver. We know that some people are not comfortable with strangers in their home and would prefer to have someone that they already know and trust to provide them with care. We make sure that each client has an active role in building their care plan; from the care they receive, down to the person giving it to them. When you sign yourself or your loved one up with Good Family Support Services, you become more than a client; you become a part of the family.
Our program provides our aides with the highest standards in training, great medical benefits, the highest pay rates, full support of our administrative staff, and access to extended resources that cannot be found anywhere in Philadelphia. We go above and beyond each and every day to make sure that our clients, and our aides, are satisfied, that they understand the services they are receiving, and that they are are aware of any and all benefits available to them. Our enrollment team will even advocate on your behalf to ensure that all your needs are met. Let Good Family Support Services ease your burden, call us today.